Liaison statement
Re: ENUM and e164 domain management

Submission date 2006-08-30
From IAB (Leslie Daigle)
To ITU-T SG2 (SG2 Counsellor)
Cc Gary Richenaker, Scott Bradner, IAB
Response contact Leslie Daigle
Purpose In response
Attachments (None)

The IAB would like to thank Q.1/2 for its input and reiterate
our commitment to coordinate with ITU-T TSB if there are
material changes planned that would affect .

For ourselves, we anticipate better coordination with ICANN
in the future, with respect to changes affecting .arpa (see
our correspondance to ICANN, from December 2005 [1]).

For your interest, we  have also enquired as to the state 
of deployment of DNSSEC on .arpa zone (see [2]). For 
we are about to send a similar enquiry to the RIPE NCC.  

We remain happy to hear any comment Q.1/2 might have on these 
or other topics.

Best regards,


Leslie Daigle
Chair, IAB.


> -------- Original Message --------
> Subject: New Liaison Statement, "ENUM and e164 domain management"
> Date: Wed, 17 May 2006 06:03:36 -0400
> From: Richard Hill "(ITU-T SG 2)" <>
> Reply-To: SG2 Counsellor <>
> To: IAB Chair <>
> CC: SG2 Counsellor <>,      Gary Richenaker
> Title: ENUM and e164 domain management
> Submission Date: 2006-05-17
> URL of the IETF Web page:
> Please reply by 2007-01-15
> From: Richard Hill(ITU-T SG 2) <>
> To: IAB(IAB Chair <>)
> Cc:
> Reponse Contact: SG2 Counsellor <>
> Technical Contact: Gary Richenaker <>
> Purpose: For action
> Body: As you are aware, the issue of ENUM and the e164 domain management are
of extreme importance to our membership and Q.1/2 wants to express its
appreciation for the liaison regarding the update to the contact information
in WHOIS for
> Q.1/2 wants to point out that we were made aware of the proposed settlement
agreement between ICANN and Verisign involving the management of .arpa TLD
from the ICANN website.  We understand that active negotiations are underway
between the contracting parties, but SG2 would like to be kept abreast of
activities that deal with the management of .arpa domain following a more
formal liaison notification process.
> We want to thank you for your consideration in this matter and look forward
to our continued cooperation.
> Attachment(s):
> No document has been attached